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Brian McLaren, activist 

Kumar Dixit loves the church, and he’s in it up to his elbows – pastoring, leading, studying, thinking. He has correctly identified one of the truly pivotal issues the church must face this century, and he writes with clarity and passion to help Christians, church leaders, and denominational leaders move wisely into action.

Terra, grief client 

So many people, the professionals and personal alike, tell grievers that they understand and are here to support without it actually feeling true. But Kumar means it. He operates with intuitive empathy and compassion, effortlessly, and earnestly. His ability to help people not just cope but feel empowered and seen in their grief is truly a gift. And I feel so so incredibly lucky that we were introduced.

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Terry Johnsson, author

I find Dr. Kumar Dixit's writings, real, and relevant, and relational.  I would recommend this writing to anyone who deal with people groups and want to revision them.

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Denise Van Eck, author

Kumar Dixit writes as a seasoned practitioner in ministry. His perspective is shaped by on-the-ground experience and is one that the church today truly needs to hear.

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Rajeev Sigamoney, film producer

Kumar Dixit implores the faith to learn from industry and adapt in order to stay relevant — all the while facing the challenge to not lose it’s soul in the process.

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Leonard Sweet, author

Kumar sees a “branded church” less as some shopping list of “to-dos” or a broadside for new programs than the choreography for a whole new dance.